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everywhere. thank you very much. [applause] >> we are very honor to recognize michelle kyung, a teacher at washington high school, and awarded the outstanding teacher of america award by the carl foundation, and here this evening is our award winning teacher, michelle kyung and we would like to present a certificate and ask you to say a few words. [applause] >> happy new year and good evening to superintendent carranza, and new board president rachel norton, sorry, i have been sick today. and vice president fewer, i am erica from the george washington high school, and i am here to share positive about a teacher at george washington high school. after all the papers are turned in and the scores tabulated. and all the students have graduated. it's wonderful when a student reflects on what makes a teacher great. i believe that a great teacher works with student and makes learning engaging. the ultimate complement for a teacher is when a college student takes the time for the carlson foundation award. i have to say i was pleasantly surprised when i received a call from a man named tim allen
michelle to take more chances with the monthly lineup. established authors bring in an older audience. younker authors bring in their friends from the community who might be bringing in an older author. >> raider has provided a stage for more than 400 writers. it ranges from fiction to academics stories to academic stories this service the underground of queer fell, history, or culture. >> and there are so many different literary circles in san francisco. i have been programming this reading series for nine years. and i still have a huge list on my computer of people i need to carry into this. >> the supportive audience has allowed michele to try new experiment this year, the radar book club. a deep explorationer of a single work. after the talk, she bounces on stage to jump-start the q&a. less charlie rose and more carson daly. >> san francisco is consistently ranked as one of the most literate cities in the united states. multiple reading events are happening every night of the year, competing against a big names like city arts and lectures. radar was voted the winner of these san f
-sponsor the bill with michele bachmann when it was introduced? >> against i've only voted a couple times. i wasn't here i believe when it came throughivities it was the first bill introduced in the 113th, michele bachmann's former repeal of obama care, apparently has no co-sponsors. >> i'll have to go back, if we can jump on that, i will definitely be on that 100%. >> have you had a chance to meet michele bachmann and other tea party leaders witness the party? >> yes, sir, i have. >> what is your take? is the goal to work more cohesively within the new 113th and the republican caucus in general? or is it to be more, again, looking for the accountability that you are, probably a little more obstinate? >> no, i think what you'll see out of the 113th congress is we will come together, we will have better consensus and a better message action a clearer message when we come out of the conference and you'll see more unanimity -- sometimes that word is hard for me -- but more people behind that and promoting that. i think you'll see that out of the 113th congress from the people i've talked to. >> all
if the united states fails to fix its aging infrastructure. michelle caruso-cabrera has more on this cost to the economy. >> that's right. 3.5 million jobs will be lost if we don't invest more in the decrepit state of the country's infrastructure, according to a frightening new study from the american society of civil engineers. the company needs to spent $2.7 trillion on roads and bridges and electrical grid through 2020 but we're only likely to spend 1.6 trillion, that means more electrical failures, airport delays and products that can't get to and out of ports as quickly as it should and all that have lost productive has a high cost. 1.1 trillion lost in sales, 1.1 trillion in lost trade. 484 billion in lost exports and 3.5 million in lost jobs. the answer is not necessarily that congress needs to spend more money. i spoke with the former chairman of the federal energy regulatory commission. he says when it comes to the nation's electrical grid he says it's actually financed almost completely by private investment, not government investment, but the regulatory and permitting process m
'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 5:30 now on this tuesday. we have some breaking news. a suspicious fire is burning at a pier near the carquinez bridge and it could be burning for a while. i guess liz it's tough to get to, right? >> sounds like it's urged under the pier in crockett at the waterfront. jackson and loring it is on city streets. it's not in a heavily commuted area. they reopened the union pacific track railroad so amtrak capitol corridor live not boeing impacted and the carquinez bridge traffic is flowing okay but yeah, it's an access issu at this point. it could be burning for a while. they are working to get a hose to the fire. they are having to do some water boats it sounds like. we talked to the battalion chief. so we are sending our own news crew and chopper 5 to the scene. we'll have live pictures within the hour. all mass transit including amtrak is on time. outside a live look at the nimitz. this is 880 in oakland. they cleared that accident northbound 880 at thornton so all lanes are back op
. >> brown: then, spencer michels asks california governor jerry brown if his fiscal turnaround-- from a $27 billion deficit to a balanced budget-- offers a lesson for the nation. . >> you have to make tough choices. you have to live within your means. that means you have to not do everything you want to but you also have to raise more
evaluations to expand. david: lets michelle and she won one of those countries, japan. some people say this new leader going in the opposite direction of the free market putting controls in the central bank that didn't have before. does that control concerned at all that japan could be going in the wrong direction? >> quite the opposite. we believe he is a catalyst on lackinunlocking the market for s now. they are prenatally cheap. they exist at exceedingly low levels compared to other markets in the world. the pressure he is putting on the bank of japan to intervene at the end is good for japanese multinationals. they've encouragewe have encouro step and the japanese equity market in a hedge position given the fact the dollar is expected to strengthen and already has take advantage of valuation expansion in the japanese market. liz: you have one side of the government saying stop weakening the yen, and all the sudden the yen strengthened, the dollar plummeted. is there an opportunity you see? >> i think that is a pretty worn out trade. we're hearing a lot. liz: let's just say the doll
the country without government approval. we have more. michelle? >> it's an historical day, absolutely. there are thousands of people in line in cuba today. today was the first day where it was much easier to leave. before the changes that went into place today, people had to get an exit visa, permission from the government to leave. they had to have letters from -- of invitation. it was exceedingly difficult to leave. that is no longer the case. when these changes were announced several months ago, a lot of skeptics within the island outside the island said, is this really going to happen? well, today, yanni sanchez, the most famous dissident blogger there, she tweeted about how she'd apply for a passport and try to leave. and today she tweeted wow, they tell me that i will get my passport in early february. and she is going to travel to a social media conference as a result. what's also important is even though you want to leave, you won't necessarily be stigmatized. they won't seize all of your belongings as they used to do in the old days. so some pretty significant changes. why ar
. here with the scoop is "access hollywood"'s michelle beetle. >> so great to finally meet you. >> i feel like i've known you forever. >> thank you. forever. >> so, wait, surprises at the globes. were there surprises? tell us. >> you know, i don't think there were any big surprises as far as the winnings go, but we did have some really fun moments. look the comedians rocked last night. between tina fey and amy pohler then you had a moment last night in which tommy lee jones, who i don't know if he knows what funny is, but it didn't appear that he did last night. >> he was not -- >> this has gone viral now, this photo of tommy lee jones, who is stone-faced and not having it. >> i'm glad he has not done the botox, because his face is a road map. i mean, he is so great in "lincoln." every bit of living in man has ever done is on his face. >> it kind of looked like taylor swift gave adel the stink eye. did it look like that? >> adel's song "skyfall" is the better song. taylor swift has got a lot going on right now. she was not immune, by the way. tina fey got a jab into taylor swift last nigh
are skeptical. newshour correspondent spencer michels sat down with brown in san francisco. his report is a co-production with our colleagues at kqed-san francisco, and begins with some background on the fiscal troubles and the budget fix. >> reporter: california's sorry financial state and cuts made to health and welfare programs have prompted nearly nonstop demonstrations at the state capital in recent times. those protests got going four years ago when california and its then governor republican arnold schwarzenegger faced a staggering budget deficit of $42 billion. the recession, built-in spending, a large population in need of state services like health and welfare, a limit on property taxes, plus republican legislators' refusal to raise taxes created a dilemma in the world's ninth largest economy. with budget cuts coming like clock work, the state's college and university systems declined in offerings and in reputation. schools suffered cutbacks in personnel and programs. services for the poor were trimmed by $15 billion since 2008. state workers were furloughed. then in 2010, promising
at the hub. >>> all right, michelle. 6:20 now. it's been reported all over the world: people who eat fish are getting too much mercury. a study of samples from eight countries found more than 80% of human hair samples had mercury levels exceeding the epa limits. the biodiversity research institute also found mercury levels in fish above safe levels, as well. >>> a nine-week-old puppy in australia is saved by an unusual treatment involving vodka. >> i guess so. an american staff if i named cleo was just hours away from a fatal kid and a failure after licking antifreeze but then a veterinarian came up with a cure, a vodka trip through the dog's nose. >> it is toxins in that called ethylene glycol and they're very, very harmful to the kidneys so what we need to do is give them alcohol and in this case we gave her vodka to try to and mop up some of those toxins. >> quite funny flushing her with vodka to make it better. >> apparently it worked. over two days the puppy consumed more than a third of the bottle and we're happy to report that cleo is now b
and taking pictures with their family, i promise you, michelle and i are very nice to them, and we have a wonderful time, but it doesn't prevent them from going under the floor of the house and, you know, blasting me for being a big spending socialist. >> good morning, everyone. january 15th. it's raining out there. >> it's miserable. >> with us on set is msnbc contributor, mike barnicle. his outfit. >> what's up, mike? >> and former democratic congressman, harold ford junior. >> good morning. >> we'll do that later, alex. also, we have this obesity story, coca-cola making changes. i love that. >> they're putting more sugar in. >> no. do you know what they're doing? any know the story? >> yeah, i do. >> they're getting ready for the lawsuits? >> come on. helping america. coming up with smaller cans, 140 calories. >> are people suing coke? >> i think there will be major lawsuits, much like tobacco, against junk food manufacturers and soda pop makers, but they're going to try and mitigate that. >> see what's on today? one month after 20 6 and 7 year-olds were slaughtered, the daily news,
. it's tuesday, january 15. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. 5:00 on your tuesday now. >>> freezing temperatures continue to grip our state but we are going to warm up in short order. >> yeah. i hope so. we have had day after day of these very cold temperatures. today we are not seeing the winds so even colder outside if you are stepping out there now. temperatures plunging into the 20s and 30s. that air is coming from the land to the sea so that offshore wind is drying allowing it to fall like a rock and we are seeing that this morning. some very cold temperatures around the bay area. and freeze warnings up for many of the valleys. looking for the temperatures to bottom out maybe the mid-20s for some spots but frost even inside the bay. how about this, 26 degrees right now in fairfield, 29 in livermore, 29 in santa rosa. and 33 degrees in san jose. as we head toward the afternoon, we should see a little bit warmer temperatures well into the 50s in some spots. maybe some 60s, that's right, gu
. and good morning. it's tuesday, january the 15th. i'm frank mallicoat. >> and i'm michelle griego. time now is just about 4:30. freezing temperatures continue to grip our state. but we do have a warmup coming our way. with more on that here's lawrence. >> almost spring-like temperatures, one week every january we have one week that feels like spring but today it's cold. out the door freezing temperatures, everywhere you go numbers dropping down into the 20s and the 30s right now. you can see that air making its way from the land to the sea that offshore flow continuing so it is cold and going to stay cold for the better part of the morning and then things begin to moderate over the next couple days. freeze warnings are up in the north, south bay and east bay valleys, frost advisory inside the bay, very cold temperatures early on this morning. by the afternoon, a little warmer into the 50s. but we could see some 60s maybe mid-60s coming up in the latter part of the week. we'll talk about that coming up. >> thank you. >>> the cold weather we're having
out? >> yeah, this could be 100,000 jobs over the next three years as well. michelle obama was right in saying this is absolutely historic. and it goes back to the fact that veterans have a higher unemployment rate than the broader nonveteran population. it was 12% previously, got down to 10% in 2012, but that compares with nonveterans who have an unemployment rate of 7.9%. if it comes through, it could mean 100,000 new jobs at walmart and would be historic. they already employ about 100,000 veterans out of a total work force of 1.4 million. back to you, bill. >> a great story. cnbc's steve sedgwick live in london. >>> shoot us an e-mail why you're awake waytooearly@msnbc.com. >>> still ahead, lance armstrong comes clean. big surprise, right? telling oprah how he won his seven tour de france victories. >>> and clarence thomas breaks his silence on the bench after seven long years. it must have been really important. we'll tell you what he had to say. >>> and we'll get a check on weather with the lovely dylan dreyer when "way too early" comes right back. >>> a commercial aircraft, a u
promise you michelle and i are very nice to them, and we have a wonderful time. but it doesn't prevent them from going under the floor of the house and, you know, blasting me for being big spending socialist. >> cenk: see politico has a huge article about this. the president is not friendly enough. if he was friendlier he would get a deal. that's the biggest load of crap i've heard i'm sick of hearing it. it's not like the galo, you warm my heart. >> who started being friendly, the president did. he was out there with congress, trying to get them--and we were criticizing him for that. it's not working. now they're going to criticize him for not being friendly enough. i wouldn't be friendly to them either. >> cenk: you don't need to be friendly. just kick their ass and they'll do it. the president also said he's looking for poker partners. i would love to do that on two different--can we invite harry reid too? anyway, when we come back, alex jones, and his views on glenn beck. they're fighting now. that is an interesting conversation. >> that little piece of trash needs to know this. he
day. he says all vets without a dishonorable disharj are eligible. first lady michelle obama called the decision historic and says she will urge other companies to do the same thing. critics say wal-mart officials are trying to repair the company's image, after discriminations of unfair labor practices. be that as it may, rick newman is here, author of the book, "rebounders: how winners pivot from setback to success. i am sure what every veteran has been dreaming about is being a stock -- re-stocker at wal-mart. but >> i don't think that's why they went into the military, to stock shelves. it is a nice gesture by wammart. tell certainly is a good cause. their heart's in the right place. wal-mart has had controversy, recently, accused of cutting benefits, keeping people on part-time status so they don't have to pay for full-time status. will the policies be different with veterans? the you keep them on part-time status so they don't get benefits? or will you give them a better path to success? walpart is controversial because it is the largest seller of guns and it doesn't want to b
. it seems like something they would want to talk about. >> certainly. even michelle obama was offering, you know, her support saying she wants other retailers involved as well in this program. i'm not sure what happened. >> i am assuming they don't want to put themselves on television because. gun debate that is raging at the moment. it's a very difficult subject for the largest seller of weapons in the united states. if you look at what happened in the wake of the shooting that we had here, they removed the bushmaster ar-15 that killed 26 people from their website. and yet we're still selling semiautomatic guns, and many guns sold out of the semiautomatic guns and they say they're not prepared to change their gun mix. they're right in the heart of that debate as the largest licensed gun seller in the united states, as we get moves almost by the hour. the white house trying to change gun policy. >> exactly. >> reluctantly. they didn't want to go in the first instance and said, we didn't realize how important that it was that we were physically. >> we'll discuss that today as well. i wish i
promise you michelle and i are very nice to them. we have a wonderful time. but it doesn't prevent them from going under the floor of the house and, you know, blasting me for being a big-spending socialist. >> brown: the president said he'll look for more common ground with the new congress. he's just getting down to work this week. >> woodruff: this afternoon, treasury secretary tim geithner released a letter he sent to speaker boehner warning the u.s. will run out of its borrowing authority between mid-february and early march. more now on what's behind this brewing battle and the latest threats from both sides. carol lee covers the white house for the "wall street journal." and jake sherman reports about congress for "politico." welcome to you both. carol lee, to you first. the president basically was repeating today what we've heard him say many times before, that he is not going to negotiate on this debt ceiling, that he's prepared to talk about spending but if he does, it's not going to be around this. so why have the news conference? >> well, what happened was in recent days the
are coming up and taking pictures with their family, i promise you, michelle and i are very nice to them and we have a wonderful time. but it doesn't prevent them from going onto the floor of the house and blasting me for being a big spending socialist. ♪ you know my heart burns for you... ♪ i'm up next, but now i'm singing the heartburn blues. hold on, prilosec isn't for fast relief. cue up alka-seltzer. it stops heartburn fast. ♪ oh what a relief it is! and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find some good people to help guide him, and he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. when the doctor told me that i could smoke for the first week... i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with supp
from first lady michelle obama who has campaigned for this issue that veterans should be hired. other companies are veteran friendly and they make note of it in their job postings, that they make a commitment to hiring returning veterans. you look at the unemployment rate, it's falling at a pretty good clip for veterans. the only group that has a rate before the national average is veterans of the most recent wars, so-called gulf era ii wars in iraq and afghanistan. unemployment in that group was about 13% a year ago. about 225,000 remain unemployed. so hopefully this new walmart program could be a big dent in that number. the program launches on may 27th, memorial day. >> those veterans of the other wa wars are probably retired now, so 10% is still ate fr pretty b number. thank you very much. >>> can lance armstrong redeem himself? facebook.com/carolcnn. as you . would you take it? well, there is. [ male announcer ] it's called ocuvite. a vitamin totally dedicated to your eyes, from the eye care experts at bausch + lomb. as you age, eyes can lose vital nutrients. ocuvite helps replen
of tension in the room with the president yesterday. >> i promise you michelle and i are very nice to him and we have a wonderful time, but it doesn't prevent them from going onto the floor of the house and, you know, blasting me for being a big spending socialist. martha: and of course it was republicans that the president says he gets along fine with at picnics, and then they call him names on the floor of the congress. critics have called those comments pit ooh length, childless. bill: north carolina among numerous states pursuing major tax changes. we'll talk to the man leading the charge in the tar heel state. see if it works for your state. martha: from sci-fi to real life the robot that can think like a baby. ♪ singing] [ male announcer ] with over 50 delicious choices of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant and i'm here to tell homeowners that are 62 and older about a great way to live a better retirement. it's called a reverse mortgage. [ male announcer ] call right now to receive your free dvd and
morning, everyone. it's 7:56. i'm michelle griego. >>> amount track's capitol corridor service is delayed this morning because of a suspicious fire on a pier near the amtrak tracks in crockett close to a sugar facility. a house on the pier is demolished. fire crews are on the scene. >>> san jose named an interim police chief to take over when chief moore retires on friday. deputy chief larry esquivel will serve while city leaders continue to searching for a replacement. he has been with the sjpd for 20 years. >> stay with us. we'll be right back. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv with a total home dvr included free for life. only $29 a month for six months. rethink possible. >>> slow going westbound 237 out of milpitas toward about zanker road. that drive time in the yellow right now. still trying to figure out if the capitol corrid
michelle obama who asks others to do the same. >> twisted metal was the scene in egypt. they have army recruits that derailed. 19 people were kill and 100 people injured. >> a child -- all of the suspect communicated online believing they were going to engage in sexual activity with a minor. >> so the controversy neverens for lindsay lohan. the 26-year-old is expected to be arraigned on charges from her car crash on june when she was already on probation. she fired her long time los angeles attorney who promised to somehow keep her out of jail. >> the local news is making headlines. in an article, they describe what went into lance armstrong's decision to grant an interview to oprah winfrey and discuss his use of performance enhancing drugs. he met up in a family vacation on the big island of hawaii. he travelled to denver for a private meeting with the head of the u.s. anti-doping agency as well. >> dieing to see what he said. >> everybody is. >> is it a real apology or -- >> everybody is going to be watching the body language and dissecting it. >> a lot of americans are short changin
is michelle obama on the announcement. very positively to walmart move. no one thinks they should have to fight for a job once they return home. no guarantees that the that will get a job, but they are saying, hey, we want you military veterans. there is other news as well, $50 billion in u.s. products is what walmart plans to purchase for its store shelves. urban legend gets a lot of its products overseas, two thirds of its products come from u.s. manufacturers. that is said to increase because asia labor costs are going up and shipping costs are going up as well. dagen: walmart has a history of hiring veterans. this is not anything new. it is illustrated in the executive comments. >> the world's biggest retailer. the workforce about the size of the u.s. military. he wants military veterans. this will be a great pr because of the negative reactions and union protests around the country. it is an interesting pr move. he wants them, he thinks they are great workers. connell: today it is all positive. thank you, liz. dagen: already the largest private employer. despite being non-union. c
morning. >> i know michelle obama said back in 2009 at the first inaugural, the national service day was her favorite part of the entire event. i also know she and her husband, and the bidens and you would like to grow that event. how do you go about doing it? >> oh, we're so excited. we have events in every state. we have more than 2,000 different events. there will be more than 50,000 volunteer opportunities for people to take advantage of. and on the mall alone, as you mentioned, there will be more than 100 organizations participating in seven different events in what we believe to be the largest service event ever taking place in our nation's capital. >> i was looking, the world giving index shows the united states among the top ten countries with the most generous citizens. americans are committing more and more of their time, their energy and their money to serving others. do you think this is something that crosses all generations? in other words, are people your age and even younger getting involve involved as much as perhaps some older americans are? >> oh, absolutely. you k
press club speaker committee member who organized today's event. and michelle who is a national spokesperson of hispanic journalists. until yesterday. [applause] before becoming the mayor of los angeles, the 41st mayor, during his youth he became a farmworker volunteer and activist leading student walkout. this led him on the path taking him state assembly. also city hall and the inner circle of the democratic national committee, where he chaired the 2012 convention in charlotte. regarding the topic of immigration, mayor antonio villaraigosa has said that the time is now to pass comprehensive immigration reform. he has slammed congress for doing nothing on the issue. yet on sunday on face the nation he said he was heartened that republican senator john mccain and others have been discussing solutions. given the country's current fiscal fights, is it realistic to expect immigration anytime soon so how does the mayor feel about local immigration initiatives? well, immigration is not the only topic on the mayor's agenda. he has been discussing gun control, the economy, and many oth
and folks are coming up and taking pictures with their family, i promise you, michelle and i are very nice to them and we have a wonderful time. but it doesn't prevent them from going on to the floor of the house and blasting me for being a big-spending socialist. >> bill: that kind of goes with the territory. >> yeah. i think every president has to deal with that. >> bill: yeah. there are those. but people tend to be nice. civil. somebody asked me the other day like when i get recognized out shopping or restaurants or kind of whatever, how many people really come up to me and say i hate your guts? and it is almost nobody ever does. there are a lot of people that hate my guts but the people that come up usually just say hi, how are you? nice to see you. enjoy your program or love your work or whatever. >> you realize you just opened up pandora's box. because the next time you get seen -- >> bill: to me, it convinces me most people are chicken because i get all of the hate mail. but -- and i know that maybe what it is the people who really hate me, when they see me, they would rather not sa
to the decision to possibly hire up to 400,000 workers in five years. here's first lady michelle obama on the news. saying, quote, no one who serves our country should have to fight for a job once they return home. wal-mart is setting a groundbreaking example for the private sector to follow. what is interesting is that the president of wal-mart is a navy veteran. he is saying when he came out of the navy, he got a job making $2 an hour as a dish washer in a restaurant. he is saying he wants to do better, in terms of hiring veterans. it is interesting news out of wal-mart this morning. also, he is saying that he wants to spend $50 billion in wal-mart revenues to make u.s.-made products. >> liz, thanks. an ice storm brewing in the midwest and the deep south. what you need to know, coming up. i gave birth to my daughter on may 18th, five days later, i had a massive heart attack. bayer aspirin was the first thing the emts gave me. now, i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. [ woman ] learn from my story. hi, i'm ensure cl
lady michelle obama is praising walmart for its plan to put veterans to work. the company announced today it will hire more than 100,000 veterans over the next five years. the jobless rate among former service members is almost 11%. compare that to 7.5% for people who are nonveterans. mrs. obama is challenging other businesses to follow walmart's lead. >>> and as president obama prepares to be sworn in, his kenyan half-brother is preparing a campaign. ma'lik obama tells cnn he's running for governor of a county in kenya where his and the president's father was born. he says president obama gave him the advice to, quote, have thick skin, be honest, and be sincere. ma'lik and president obama are quite close. each served as the other's best man at their weddings. good luck to him. >>> facebook is unveiling a very cool new feature it's calling graph search. it scours the massive social network to answer more sophisticated searches, like, who are my friends living in washington, and maybe find photos of kate and joe, if you so choose. for now, graph search focusing on four main areas, pe
's responsibility. joining me now for the latest on debt politics and much more is michelle bernard the president and korea of the person senator center for women, politics and public policy. she's joining us from washington, d.c. and with me in the studio is the always insightful strategist donnie fowler. welcome inside "the war room"." >> glad to be here. >> i'm going to start with you. the republicans, do we start to see cracks in the wall of obstruction? are they starting to budge or is that just wishful thing on our part. >> no, we're seeing cakes here and there. i have to start off with lisa murkowski. you got to say that women always seem to understand how to-- >> jennifer: so pragmatic absolutely. >> a shout out to lisa murkowski tonight p but also to newt gringrich. what i would really have like to have heard from the former speaker is not just which battles to pick, but why have a battle at all? why not really think about what is the most porn thing--the most important thing that we can do for the nation and what we can do to governor this and do their job. there is no fight for. donnie
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